Useful Websites

  • Facebook - Town of Elkton
     
  • Recorded Town Meetings
    Mayor and Commissioner meetings held on the first and third Wednesday of each month are now available to view on-line.
     
  • Elkton Alliance
    The Town of Elkton has been designated a "Maryland Main Street" Community and is developing a grassroots program for our business district dedicated to historic preservation and redeveloping downtown. The Elkton Chamber and Alliance serve as the Main Street Manager and work together with the local government and business community to restore, promote and maintain our diverse historic downtown area while attracting new enterprises for the benefit of our community's residents, business, and visitor's. This effort will make our community an even better place than it is today. 
     
  • Marriage License Information
    Applications are received and Licenses issued, only during regular office hours. Monday thru Friday 8:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m., except holidays.
     
  • Cecil County Public Schools
    Our mission is to provide an excellent Pre-Kindergarten through graduation learning experience that enables all students to demonstrate the skills, knowledge, and attitudes required for lifelong learning and productive citizenship in an ever-changing global society. 
     
  • District Court of Maryland for Cecil County 

  • Landlord/Tenant Issues

  • Circuit Court of Maryland for Cecil County

  • Cecil County Tourism
    Moments after leaving the hustle and bustle of I-95, you're in beautiful Cecil County. Resting along the upper banks of the Chesapeake Bay, halfway between Philadelphia and Baltimore, we offer travelers a change of pace, and breathtaking scenery. Once you sample our shimmering harbors and history, rolling hillsides and horse country, antiques and outlets, and unforgettable eateries and inns, we know you'll visit us again and again! 
     
  • Cecil College
    Cecil College is a comprehensive, open-admission, learner-centered institution. The College provides career, transfer, and continuing education coursework and programs that anticipate and meet the dynamic intellectual, cultural and, economic development challenges  of Cecil County and the surrounding region. Through support services and a technologically enriched learning environment, the College strives to empower each learner with skills, knowledge, and values needed for college preparation, transfer to four-year institutions, workforce entry or advancement, and personal enrichment. Further, Cecil College promotes an appreciation of cultural diversity, social responsibility, and academic excellence.
     
  • Cecil County Library
    Cecil County Public Library system (“CCPL”) has seven branches. CCPL is feeling the pressure of rapid community growth and has developed plans for expansion of its services and facilities. CCPL has a history of exceptionally strong programming for adults, children, and young adults. CCPL uses the SirsiDynix automation system, has full Internet access, and uses the iBistro web catalog. Its Central Library, based in Elkton is 25,000 sq. ft. and includes a 4,000 sq. ft. enclosed children’s room. 
     
  • Union Hospital
    Union Hospital is an award-winning, full-service community hospital located in Elkton, Maryland. Nationally recognized for clinical excellence in the treatment and prevention of disease, our 122-bed, not-for-profit hospital is dedicated to providing superior, personalized, quality health care to our neighbors, families and friends.
     
  • DART First State
    The mission of DART First State and the Delaware Transit Corporation, an operating division of the Delaware Department of Transportation, is to design and provide the highest quality public transportation services that satisfy the needs of the customer and the community.

  • Cecil County Community Transit

  • Maryland Municipal League
    Located at the Phipps Municipal Center in the state capital of Annapolis, MML was founded in 1936 and represents 157 municipal governments and 2 special taxing districts throughout the state of Maryland. A voluntary, non-profit, nonpartisan association controlled and maintained by city and town governments, MML works to strengthen and support municipal government through advocacy and the development of effective leadership.

  • Maryland General Assembly
    The Maryland General Assembly meets in Annapolis each year for 90 days to act on more than 2300 bills including the State's annual budget.  The General Assembly has 47 Senators and 141 Delegates elected from 47 districts. Legislative information on this website is updated each night during the Session. For a fee, continuously updated information is available through the Legislative Subscription Service.

Local Newspapers

  • Cecil Whig  - (410) 398-3311
  • Cecil Guardian (410) 392-9170  
  • The Herald (410) 658-5740